Subject: Re: [boost] Travis CI Resources
From: Andrey Semashev (andrey.semashev_at_[hidden])
Date: 2018-01-22 14:42:15
On 01/22/18 17:05, Peter Dimov via Boost wrote:
> James E. King, III wrote:
>> The desire is to ensure that pull requests submitted to repositories
>> are processed in a timely manner.Â This is not happening, and there is
>> at least a 12 hour backlog on pull request builds for boostorg right now.
> This is caused by Travis Mac resources being insufficient. There is a
> multiple day backlog for Mac jobs, and it doesn't seem to be going away
> - Travis increased their job count from 180 to 204 temporarily for the
> weekend, it didn't help, the backlog is at the moment at 1100+ and keeps
> growing. Look at https://www.traviscistatus.com/ for the stats.
> This should in principle not affect the Linux-only .travis.yml
> configurations, but it does, because the queued Mac jobs result in only
> 3 parallel jobs being available for Linux builds, instead of the usual 5.
> I'd say that boostorg/math might scale down its Mac jobs a bit. :-)
> If this persists, we should probably not use Mac jobs at all, although
> they are kind of essential for Config and Build. Most other repos have a
> single Mac job, with a few exceptions.
Are more OS X jobs available on paid subscriptions?
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